We offer multiple excellent solutions to treat your nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism, or age‑related near vision loss (presbyopia).
Since the first LASIK procedure was performed in 1990, tens of millions of people have had it worldwide. It is considered the safest elective procedure in all of medicine. Along with its excellent safety profile, it has an excellent success rate.
Clemson Eye owned and operated Spectrum Lasik from 2010 to 2015. With the opening of our new Visual Health & Surgery center in Greenville in 2016, we consolidated all our services under one name – Clemson Eye. With eye doctors in twelve locations, including our Lasik surgery suite at our Greenville – Pelham Road location, we are here to support you throughout the Upstate!
Some centers offer older technology and possibly somewhat lower prices. But the newer technology we use solves problems that earlier technology simply can’t, such as dry eye, astigmatism and night vision issues. Our eye surgeons use the best technology and techniques because it gives our patients the best visual results.
The ability to see better after laser vision correction at Clemson Eye has motivated patients to explore new opportunities personally and professionally.
Clemson Eye has been a leading provider of LASIK for Upstate residents for more than 15 years. Our eye doctors and medical team provide our patients with the best experience, technology and visual results possible.
Clemson Eye surgeons are American Board Certified Ophthalmologists and together have performed more than 50,000 LASIK, cataract and microsurgical procedures. Our LASIK clinic is located in Greenville, but you can have your pre- and post operative examinations at any of Clemson Eye’s convenient locations in Greenville, Anderson, Easley and Clemson.
LASIK outcomes have been overwhelmingly positive. Most military patients see 20/20 or better after the procedure without corrective glasses or contact lenses, and the rate of complications has been very low.
In another study, 100% of pilots and other aircraft personnel from the U.S. Navy and U.S. Marine Corps who underwent custom (wavefront-guided) LASIK attained 20/20 uncorrected vision within two weeks after surgery.
When questioned about their satisfaction one month after surgery, 95 percent of these patients said the procedure made them more effective in their roles, and 100 percent said they would recommend LASIK to other aviators.
Watch LASIK on the Frontlines, to learn how NASA and the Department of Defense have extensively adopted LASIK for their special forces.
Having served the Upstate for more than 40 years, our eye surgeons and medical team enjoy an exceptional record of excellent outcomes. We are dedicated to your vision for life.
LASIK at Clemson Eye is safe and fast. Recovery is generally quick or a few days after your procedure. There are no bandages or stitches required.
Clemson Eye offers patients a multitude of vision correction options. We are committed to providing a solution that is right for you. Our eye doctors always take the time to discuss with you the very best options for your specific situation and long-term eye health. Consultations for any vision correction procedures are free and take just 60 minutes.
LASIK restores your vision if you suffer from nearsightedness, farsightedness, presbyopia or have astigmatism.
Here are the refractive errors LASIK can correct:
When we looked at the actual costs of eye wear over a lifetime versus the cost of LASIK, LASIK was the more cost effective choice. By a long shot. Based on an average life expectancy of 74 years, here are the numbers.